Jai Shri Mataji
Dear Brothers and Sisters,
As you know, in the five days separating Krishna Puja and Ganesha Puja we will be putting on the 3rd edition the World Centre Festival. There are no hosting countries for this event so we rely on the contribution of all participants to make the event a success, from helping in the kitchens to keeping the camp clean and in order.
You are invited to the festival, not simply as a guest, but as a member of our global Sahaja Yoga family.
Managing the Kitchens
We expect to have to cater for about 600 people every day. In order to manage this each day a different group of countries will take charge of managing the kitchen, cooking for and serving the collective. The schedule is as follows:
- Monday 22/08: The Americas, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Hong Kong, Iran, Italy, Russia, Spain
- Tuesday 23/08: Austria, Belgium, Finland, Iceland, Japan, Poland, Slovakia, Vietnam, Ukraine
- Wednesday 24/08: Australia, UK , Africa, Denmark, Hungary, Israel, Norway, Singapore, Sweden, the Baltics, Switzerland
- Thursday 25/08: Netherlands, Cyprus, Greece, Indonesia, New Zealand, Romania, Africa, Thailand
- Friday 26/08: France, China, Germany, India, Malaysia, Portugal, Slovenia, Taiwan, Turkey
Everyone is kindly invited to make themselves known to the person in your country responsible for organising the kitchens on your allocated day. Please find out from your national council or coordinator who this person is so that you can offer your availability.
Managing the Camp
We are also looking for people who are willing to volunteer some of their time to help in other areas of the festival’s management. For example:
- Audio and video in the hangar
- Stage management
- Medical team
- Sale of food vouchers
- Car park management & security
- Camp & hangar cleaning
- Rubbish management
- Help desk
If you would like to help in any of these areas please write to Gunter Thurner at firstname.lastname@example.org your name and contact details. He will get back to you closer to the time to let you know where to meet and know more about your duties.
The most difficult step towards getting involved in a Sahaja event is always the first. Once it is taken you soon get wrapped up in the vibrations and it is invariably a joyful, profound and collective experience. This letter is to gently remind you of that, so that you are encouraged and motivated to help your brothers and sisters in Cabella.
World Centre Collective